2000 Speed Triple 955i
Good fix, I never would've thought of the sleeve being the wrong way round!
Weird, my 1050 engine didn't come with a starter and I got very confused looking into starters some time ago. The one I picked up is marked T1311118, I can't find that part number against any bike on Fowlers and I can't remember what it was from. Could you post the pinion diameters?2011-17 starters are #T1311114
The one you've posted a picture of the pinion end-on has 9 teeth Looking at Ricks Electrics they list 10 teeth for 05-10 and 9 teeth for 11+.Both starters have 10 teeth
I'm not sure it is Fred, Fowlers list the idler for 05-10 bikes as T1221104, 14/71 teeth and the idler for 11-15 bikes as T1221464, 14/64 teeth.How come the idler gear seams the same in spite the starter gear diameter is larger?
Did not use the 2017 starter, went back to my '05 starter with new case bolts. So the idler gear is T1221104 (14/71) not T1221464 (14/64).How come the idler gear seams the same in spite the starter gear diameter is larger?
Triumph appears to have badged starter motors with a range of part numbers. For instance this one on eBay says T1318008 but per BikeBandit is a T1311114 starter. Next to it the badge from my OEM 2005 starter T1310605, which is a T1311119 BikeBandit/Triumph part.Weird, my 1050 engine didn't come with a starter and I got very confused looking into starters some time ago. The one I picked up is marked T1311118, I can't find that part number against any bike on Fowlers and I can't remember what it was from. Could you post the pinion diameters?
Thanks for the correction, I don't have calipers or a micrometer and clearly I can't count teeth.
I think you're right here, the Denso part number starts 428000-#### for both and I'd wager the last four digits are purely the output shaft config while the motor internals remain the same.With the exception of the pinion diameter/teeth change in 2011 they are in fact identical 2005-17, and likely across other contemporary Triumph models.
I've done this before and usually something sitting on the stack on top of the trumpets - t-body, airbox, lid, tank - is misaligned and gives it away. Also not sure why the unmetered air/high idle would be intermittent. Still, worth a check. I'll plan on hooking up TuneECU to check O2 sensor voltage too, thanks.A long time ago there was this problem related to throttle body badly fitted to rubber boots on the first GTs but AFAIR it caused stalling rather than high idle.
Wondering whether a bad injector (that stuck opened from time to time or not closing completely) would cause that. Usually a stuck injector is causing a high O2 sensor voltage at idle.